20 years after Mabo battle for meaningful land rights goes on
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Two decades after the Mabo judgment made fundamental changes to Australia's Native Title landscape, Indigenous leaders don't know where the next round of reform will come from. In fact, some grow weary talking about the same issues 20 years on.
On June 3, 1992, the High Court handed down its decision in the Mabo case overturning 200 years of the common law assumption of terra nullius - the idea...
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